Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Olds Alberta Canada
• Horses: 0
I do not like a thick neck, and a reason many people geld colts early, so they do not develop that secondary stallion characteristic
No, not a pencil thin neck, a ewe neck, but a slim neck with a clean throatlatch and one that does not tie in too low.
Hard to see that neck of the stud posted, but it appears fairly refined, and he is just arching it, like studs will do
A nice long necck, that is not too thick or cresty, with a clean throatlatch, is what is desired in a performance horse as it helps with athletic movements